Wow. I really hope Nikon can fix this quickly .. “Thus, because of the apparent widespread nature of the problem and Nikon’s response to it. Nikon Ds — avoid; even a D is a better camera today; Nikon D — Recommended (best all-around ILC ); Nikon D Simple question to those that have purchased the D/E ebook by Thom Hogan if you’ve read through it, do you think it was worth getting.

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I myself had it in two bodies as I pointed out in my response above. The 1 reader comment about Thom’s books?

Opinion: Thom Hogan’s D800/E eBook

As an owner of the e I can say that V800 wish I had had this advice when I bought it. How is this site supported?

This is all the more interesting to watch as I’ve no skin in the game. I don’t know if his Criticism played a part in Nikon preforming the upgrade, but I’m grateful he spoke out I would just point out to some that if you shoot all the messengers, how will you ever get messages?

Did the floods affect Nikon? Both models begin by doing anti-aliasing on one axis. All that takes time. You’ll be surprised at what you’ve been missing. Why not read it, and complain only if it isn’t worth the money? It’s better, but still not all that tack sharp wide open; you pays your money How do I set the correct exposure?


Before that, likely the D3.

Possibly I need to back off to 10′, X800 I’m not sure doing that helps me understand that I have a problem which I don’t think exists with this specific camera. The perils of a busy life and procrastination. Everything from the Nikon 1 models to the D4 produces pretty predictable and repeatable color with the same settings, yet underneath the skin there are definitely sensor and filtration differences in play.

I yogan I may down load it just to see if the grammar is correct. He believes Nikon is handling this poorly. WintrHawk Posted 6 years ago. Except, of course, for all of us that have legacy lenses and use them on our cameras.

Does using the built-in sensor cleaning remove hot pixels? All sounds crazy to me.

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Bear in mind that those clips only show about 0. This isn’t a Nikon response. Heck, even looking at the camera I keep pressing the record video and Delete buttons when I want to format a card. Obviously, Thom is saying “not recommended” cause you may or you may not be a winner when you buy this camera.

You have a D, DE, or D | DSLRBodies | Thom Hogan

Whether you think those changes are a problem for you or not is up to you, not me. The D model then anti aliases the second axis before delivering the light through to the sensor.

That target’s image center looks like this and is representative of the pattern I usually use: By the way, there’s something else being shown here: This list is for updates made in the last six months.


Because a lot of you are shooting people. Also, the s800 AF, frame rate and big cache of the Ds made me go with it. That’s two-thirds of a stop difference when the exposure shouldn’t have changed at all. Surprisingly, Camera Control Pro can’t set all of the settings on a D model, either.

For the poor Japanese translator trying to make sense of that: I’ve been saying for a long time that diffraction really only starts to be fully recorded by a Bayer camera when hogna Airy disc becomes about twice the size of an individual photosite. If anything, there’s a bit more “magic” to the automatic bits, probably due to the fact that the camera recognizes skin tones so well.

This may be expected, because it’s a telephoto lens and the problem seems to be with wides. I think the least Nikon could and should do is this: A number of highly respected people have noted the same issue so I know mine wasn’t an isolated case.